Hot Fix Downloads
General Information about Hot Fixes
|C9E001 was replaced by C9E003|
|C9E002 was replaced by C9E003|
|SAS/ACCESS Interface to Netezza 9.42|
|62683||"ERROR: Unable to transcode data..." occurs when you use SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Netezza and the data contains special Latin characters||C9E001|
|62913||ALERT - Incorrect results occur after you apply Hot Fix C9E001 or Hot Fix A7C003 to SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Netezza||C9E002|
|63170||"Unable to transcode data to/from UCS-2 encoding" occurs after invalid characters are read in an Amazon Redshift, Impala, Netezza, or PostgreSQL table||C9E002|
|64605||You experience performance issues with the BULKUNLOAD=YES option with SAS/ACCESS® Interface to Netezza because it incorrectly reads all observations||C9E003|
|NOTE: If you install this hot fix, you must also install hot fix B6Q099 for Base SAS 9.4_M5.|
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to Amazon Redshift 9.42 installed, you must also install hot fix C7K003.
If you install this hot fix and have SAS/ACCESS Interface to PostgreSQL 9.4_M5 installed, you must also install hot fix D6F004.
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